Photo credit: CCAFS – CGIAR
Exchange meeting with farmers on farmer-managed natural regeneration in Niger. Photo: P. Savadogo
A real opportunity to scale up Climate-Smart Villages in Niger
In Niger, the World Bank is financing a project inspired by the Climate-Smart Village model of Kampa Zarma.
by Mathieu Ouédraogo (CCAFS West Africa)
In August, the 3N (Nigeriens Nourish Nigeriens) facilitated a formulation workshop of a climate-smart agriculture project in Niger. The CGIAR Research Programme on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) West Africa programme was among the attendees of the workshop, which was led by the 3N High Commission in partnership with the World Bank.
About the World Bank-funded CSA project in Niger
Led by the 3N High Commission of Niger, it is a seven year-long project (from 2016 to 2023) with a total budget of USD 111 million. The objective is to…
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